Rick Ross Reveals Completion of "Narcos"-Inspired Film Script

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Lights, camera, ugh! Rick Ross is a man of many faces; rapper, actor, entrepreneur, bawse, pear enthusiast and now, screenwriter? img_5349

 

In a new interview with Time Magazine, the rapper detailed the recent completion of his first screenplay, a Narcos-inspired script that Ross hopes to be distributed by Netflix once complete. While he didn't reveal any details about the story of the screenplay itself, Ross had the following to say about plans of the direction he would like to take the project:

TIME: You show off your acting skills a little in the “Sorry” video, which also stars your fianceé. Are you going to do more of that?

Ross: Yeah, I just wrote my first film. So after we release the album, we gon’ start beginning to shoot a few trailers. Hopefully we may do some business with Netflix.

What’s the film?

It’s called G.A.B.O.S. — Game Ain’t Based on Sympathy.

Is it like an extended music video or a feature film?

I wrote it as a film, but after watching Narcos I believe I want it be one of those 10-episode things because it’s so powerful. It has so much history.

The interview also see's the Maybach Music Group founder touch upon topics such as his recent Adele remix, the themes and tones featured on his upcoming Black Market album, the joys of being shirtless, Meek Mill's respective beefs with Drake and Wale and more.

Read Rick Ross' full TIME Magazine interview here and pre-order Black Market, which hits stores December 4th, here.